The mass expulsion of Spain’s Islamic population is laid bare by Blood and Faith: The Purging of Muslim Spain, 1492-1614 by Matthew Carr.
Volume 67 Issue 11 November 2017
An embattled emperor offered guidance to his successors in the shape of a ‘mirror for princes’.
Hospital or home birth has rarely been a simple choice.
The inventor of the saxotromba, saxhorn, saxtuba and saxophone was born on 6 November 1814.
History suggests that closer collaboration and rradical new thinking between the central state and Cooperativisim could yet yield positive results.
Competing narratives on Churchill’s role in the tragedy of Gallipoli have confused the man with the myth.
How did Charles V, Francis I, Suleiman the Magnificent and Henry VIII rule the lands and seas of Europe?
The central paradox to the story of Adam and Even is that, the more reality they take on, the more they are shown to be fiction.
On the centenary of the Russian Revolution, five books track its transition from idealism to tyranny.
Oral history breathes fresh life into a deadly battle of the Second World War.